Get support with travel planning and advice on establishing car and bike share schemes.
www.travelknowhowscotland.co.uk is a unique online toolkit supporting the development and implementation of workplace Travel Plans and giving organisations throughout Scotland the support they need to start changing travel behaviour within their own organisation.
CycleStreets is a UK-wide cycle journey planner system, which lets you plan routes from A to B by bike. It is designed by cyclists, for cyclists, and caters for the needs of both confident and less confident cyclists.
Traveline is Scotland's national public transport information service - the 'one-stop' for all bus, rail, coach, air and ferry times in Scotland.
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We provide people with valuable skills to enable them to put walking at the heart of their workplace and community.
Download this Travelknowhow Scotland Adaptable Travel Plan Template and use this as the basis for your organisation's Travel Plan Document. There are also comprehensive guidance notes which will give you guidance on the type of information required for each element of the Travel Plan.
Travelknowhow Scotland provides you with all the support you need to start implementing travel planning measures within your organisation. The website provides you with advice on where to begin and guides you through the whole process, with useful hints and tips to ensure that you stay on the right track.
Travelknowhow Scotland offers users access to an online introduction to the website - via a live webinar. These webinars are an interactive way to explain the tools and resources that can be accessed via the website. It is also an opportunity to offer further travel planning advice and signposting if necessary.
The Big Count asks employees, twice a year, to visit the bike parking at their workplace and count the number of bikes there that day. It helps to give a picture of cycling across the country.
If a workplace is interested in encouraging ride sharing for their staff, we can provide tailored advice to how this could work and support with setting up a scheme. We can also provide materials to engage staff with the benefits of ride share both for personal and business use.
If a workplace is interested in the viability of bike share, we can provide tailored advice on how this could work for them, support in the set-up and direct them towards potential funding. We can also provide materials to engage staff with the benefits of bike share both for personal and business use.